Georgetown Women's Rowing Places Championship Eight 18th and Lightweight Eight 12th at Head of the Charles

Oct. 25, 2010

BOSTON, Mass. - The Georgetown University women's rowing team finished competition at the Head of the Charles on the Charles River, as the Championship Women's Eight placed 18th and the Lightweight Women's Eight placed 12th during competition on Saturday.

In the Championship Women's Eights, the Hoyas finished in 18th place behind Radcliffe Crew and in front of Grand Valley State University in a time of 16:56.338 with a boat consisting of bow Amanda Savage, Katherine Farrell, Erin Carter, Claire Murphy, Dasha Ryaboshapka, Kayla McNeill, Lindsey Bragg, stroke Sydney LeGuyader and coxswain Libby Hambleton.

The women's lightweight eight consisting of bow Hannah Kittel, Margi Emhoff, Bridget Gribbin, Chelsea Maisano, Vicki Stutz, Erin Landy, Claire Southern, stroke Emma Ciccotti and coxswain Victoria Stulgis finished 12th behind Pocock Rowing Center in a time of 17:55.670.

The Hoyas women's rowing team will be back on the water on Sunday, October 31 when they head to Princeton, N.J. to compete in the Princeton Chase.

 

 

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